The first dream I recall from last night began during an apparently epic space journey, but bogged down with a seemingly endless scene of Captain Dallas (from the original Alien) at a control panel, made even more seemingly endless because it was shot from behind him. A crewmember became so bored with the mission that he then walked home (from space) to an outdoor shopping mall with some pleasant scenery of trees and shrubs nearby. Especially prominent in the mall was a replica of a golden Maya pyramid, and the crewmember erected his own smaller version of the pyramid nearby.
Another dream began with a view of two small black-and-white videos, perhaps imbedded in an online reference article about World War II. One showed the bow of a warship passing through immense waves with a caption suggesting that accuracy of its gunnery was actually enhanced in such rough seas. Another showed a light German plane (probably a Fieseler Storch) attempting to land on a very small aircraft carrier. The view then entered the second picture where it was revealed that the plane couldn't land until a group of German personnel laid down on the deck to make room for it to make a short landing. The carrier itself resembled a wooden-decked escort carrier with no obvious island structure ~ a type of ship operated by the Americans, British and Japanese but not the Germans so far as I know; perhaps it wasn't an actual ship, though, because as I looked over the side of the flight deck I noticed that the ship seemed to be perched atop a hill among heavily forested mountains. Also notable inside and near the ship were a vast number of officers who all were wearing elaborate uniforms with gold shoulder braids. At first I wondered if the carrier was some sort of command post and all this activity was a prelude to war, but instead I gleaned that it just an exercise. I also overheard snippets of recognizable German on a loudspeaker.
Finally, one last dream featured a cooking show hosted by Mike Nelson (head writer and cast member of Mystery Science Theater 3000 ) ~ which wouldn't be so odd except that the show was played totally straight without any hint of humor as Mr. Nelson extolled the virtues of some especially fine raspberries. (But then again maybe it was funny in a subtle way since the "raspberries" could have been an allusion to the humorously derisive raspberry sound one might make with lips and tongue.)